Tags Archives: Malik Willis

Devy Discourses: The Race to 2022 QB1 – Corral vs Willis November 11, 2021

The 2022 NFL rookie class is underwhelming. Two of the top-three quarterbacks who were the most valuable 2022 eligible prospects have had their value drop close to nil with Spencer Rattler and Kedon Slovis. The remaining option, Sam Howell has retained hi...

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Devy Players of the Week September 20, 2021

Junior 6’1 215lb QB Malik Willis broke onto the scene last year, passing for 2,250 yards 20 touchdowns, and adding 944 yards and another 14 touchdowns on the ground. Willis is now off to a hot start in 2021, with 613 yards and seven touchdowns through t...

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The Freakiest Athletes in College Football for 2021: Part 6 August 24, 2021

The Bearcats breakout quarterback is getting first-round hype for the NFL draft, and rightfully so. He provides a tantalizing combination of passing accuracy, completing 61% of his passes for 6,905 yards and 57 touchdowns with elite rushing abilities. Thi...

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Soothsayers Roundtable: Quarterback Carousel July 31, 2021

Beware of the Ides of March, the date March 15th was viewed by the Ancient Romans as a deadline for settling debts. The year was 44 BC and the Soothsayers informed the Dictator that their readings indicated death. A soothsayer is a minor priest also known...

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Devy: Fancy Deep Diving July 1, 2021

The 6’0” and 208 lbs. sophomore sure has a great pedigree, although he didn’t get much action in the COVID-19 impacted PAC-12 2020 season. His father, Emmitt Smith, is the NFL All-Time leading rusher amassing 18,355 yards over his 15-year career. E....

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Draft Stock Watch: Week 13 December 1, 2020

Week 13 of the college football season is now in the books and with the first week of College Football Playoff rankings, each of the consensus top four escaped the week unscathed. Sarah Fuller became the first woman in history to play in a Power Five foot...

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Draft Stock Watch: Week 11 November 16, 2020

There were not many surprises in the Week 11 slate games this weekend, as the only ranked team to fall was #17 SMU in a close loss to Tulsa in which they led most of the game. Observing the shift in power among the BIG10 and SEC football conferences have ...

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